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Neighbourhood Watch Program To Teach About Safer Neighbourhoods, Arson Prevention

Monday May 25th, 2015, 10:00am


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Neighbourhood Watch Windsor, along with Windsor Fire and Rescue Services, Windsor Police Service and Ward 5 City Councillor Ed Sleiman are hosting an educational session on how neighbourhood engagement has positive effects for the community and some arson prevention techniques.

The goal of the meeting is to educate residences and raise public safety, while addressing concerns.

Neighbourhood Watch Program Coordinator, WPS Constable Flemming, Windsor Police Services Arson Officer Akpata, WPS 911 Communication Centre, Windsor-Essex County Crime Stoppers, Chief Fire Prevention Officer John Lee and WPS Planning and Physical Resources Director Barry Horrobin will be onsite to answer any questions as well as teach residents how to help keep their neighbourhoods safe and less susceptible to crime.

The presentation takes place on Tuesday May 26th, 2015 from 6pm to 8pm at the John Atkinson Memorial Community Centre.

It is open to all Windsor residents, and light refreshments will be served.

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